The serial number, which is etched in the case back, is the
key piece of information for establishing the vintage.
Based on the signature on the Qualitätszertifikat I guess
the warranty on your watch has expired.
Since Hans-Jürgen Mühle signed the Qualitätszertifikat (certificate of quality) as the Mühle president and resigned already in 2007 (his son Thilo became CEO) the watch might be made before/in 2007. It is indeed an older model since the new models are rated 100 atm, the old one 1000 M. Yours should have a mill engraved in the middle of the back (the newer SAR is missing the mill).
The current model features a SW 200-1, the old model an ETA 2824-2.
Thanks - mine does have the windmill on the caseback, and the SW movement. I guess that makes it about ten years old. Its a great rugged piece, with fantastic readability. While I'm not a big fan of the enclosed lugs, I like this sized case better than the new SAR with its 44mm "Rasmus" case.
It can be that as well.
"Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
"The only reason for time is so that everything does not happen at once..."
aah, the windmill, got it :)
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